Dumpster Day!

In the first few weeks of quarantine for Covid-19 so many of us decided this was the perfect time to clean our closets, cabinets and fridge. It was a great way to purge all of the old stuff and to make room for all of our new online purchases! The purging was cathartic and it made us all feel lighter in the midst of chaos going on outside!

This week I went one step further, I had a dumpster delivered to my home. t’s amazing how fast I could fill it up. A dumpster is a great way to get rid of anything that won’t fit in a garbage can. Here are some examples, old seats to the back of your car, little tyke cars – when you no longer have any little tykes living with you, Christmas lights that don’t work and the list goes on and on. We all get so busy and stuff just piles up until we can no longer see what we have. That’s a clear indication that it’s time to start dumping!

So, as I look at my very organized garage and basement I feel so much lighter. When I look at the very full dumpster I feel like I accomplished a lot! Of course I could not do any of this by myself, my daughter Julie, was a huge help with it all! It was fun rolling up our sleeves and deciding what do we keep, what can we recycle and what gets dumped! Even my neighbors asked us what we were doing! If you have the time and need to lighten up your home, rent a dumpster and start dumping! To the dump, to the dump, to the dump, dump, dump!

“Out of Clutter, find Simplicity”

Albert Einstein


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